In the era of the Anthropocene, we are facing a crisis of sensitivity to life, leading to massive erosion of biodiversity. How can we participate in the design of more symbiotic urban landscapes? The fragmentation of environments, global warming and especially growing urbanization can push species to move to environments more favorable to their survival, unbalancing the ecosystems in place. It is now common for wild species to migrate or settle in urban environments. Mirà proposes to observe the city in a different way, by imagining it as a place of cohabitation for all living species. Mirà is an urban pathway, which allows the analysis of the territory by means of furniture and observation huts acting as interfaces of meeting between the Men and the living. They feed participative sciences allowing a sensitive and scientific approach to follow the evolution of biodiversity. The sensitivity and knowledge generated allow cities to evolve towards a fairer cohabitation with the living.

Politicizing the wonder of the living to bring it into the field of collective attention, in the making of the common world, as a vector of concrete struggle. Baptiste Morizot

The city is evolving towards an urban ecosystem that places ecological processes and biodiversity at the heart of its design, thanks to a participatory approach to the observation of our environment.